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  • Protecting your privacy in a Texas divorce
    Protecting your privacy in a Texas divorce

    In yesterday’s blog post we discussed some basic information related to discovery requests in Texas divorce cases . When your spouse is asking you for information: responses to questions, documents, ...

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  • Harris County, Texas Family Law Court - 245TH Judicial District Local Rules
    Harris County, Texas Family Law Court - 245TH Judicial District Local Rules

    As a Houston, Texas divorce and family law attorney I have had the opportunity to help service members through divorce and family law cases. In order to do this, it is important to not only be aware ...

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  • Discovery: A tedious but important part of your Texas divorce
    Discovery: A tedious but important part of your Texas divorce

    When a new client with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is discussing with me their case one subject that we will get into is what evidence does our client have to support any allegation that he or ...

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  • Discovery in Texas Divorce Cases
    Discovery in Texas Divorce Cases

    What you don’t know can hurt you in a divorce case. That is a basic statement that can apply to your divorce or any other person who is going through the process in Texas. The information that you ...

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  • The Dirty Trick of Using Delaying Tactics During Your Texas Divorce
    The Dirty Trick of Using Delaying Tactics During Your Texas Divorce

    Two of the most frequently asked questions I get during my Houston divorce consults are: “How much is my divorce going to cost?” and “How long is my divorce going to take?” It is understandable that ...

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  • You've filed your Divorce... now what? The
    You've filed your Divorce... now what? The "Discovery Process" and why it's important

    Once your divorce is filed, the opposing party has been served and in some cases a temporary order in place, it's time for some "discovery" . Discovery is a tool your attorney can use to find evidence ...

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